WrestleMania 29 is less than half a year away, believe it or not.
While some of us may still be reeling from what was undoubtedly a packed card at this year's WrestleMania, tickets for next year will be on sale Saturday, November 10 through Ticketmaster. WrestleManias used to sell out almost immediately when placed in normal arenas, but since WrestleMania 23, they have been held in stadiums, allowing many more people the chance to experience the biggest stage in all of wrestling.
I am very fortunate this coming year because MetLife Stadium is a 90-minute drive, but I know there are a lot of people who will be making their first trip to a WrestleMania this year, just like I did 10 years ago to Safeco Field in Seattle.
As it turns out, my first live WrestleMania was in a stadium, and I thought I would share the things you will want to know about a show in a stadium. It turns out there are some fundamental differences between seeing a show in an arena of nearly 10,000 and a stadium packed with what will likely be close to 90,000.
Consider this a guide, a FAQ and a piece of reading to add to your excitement for the equivalent of every conceivable holiday rolled into one for wrestling fans. Enjoy!